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#1 riclima

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Posted 10 de September de 2018 - 14:20

A Interjet pretende substituir seus Sukhoi SSJ100 por Airbus.

 

https://www.aeroflap...airbus-a320neo/



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Posted 10 de September de 2018 - 16:32

Nossa, que mico essa história, ter que sucatear 4 aeronaves para conseguir recolocar nos ares os demais 18, certamente um tiro no pé dos russos, um dos poucos clientes fora da Rússia que comprou o avião e fazem esse papelão

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Posted 10 de September de 2018 - 16:50

Meus prezados

O Sukhoi SSJ100 tem capacidade para 75 a 95 passageiros. Exatamente a capacidade dos Embraer E2. Ô Embraer, entra nesta história!



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Posted 10 de September de 2018 - 18:02

Suporte aos avioes russos tradicionalmente e terrrivel!

 

 

Agora trocar Sukhoi SSJ100 por A320N ?  Embraer deveria entrar em campo. Isso se ja nao entrou...



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Posted 10 de September de 2018 - 19:14

Atualmente, 11 dos 22 SSJ da Interjet estão em terra. A maioria das rotas operadas pelo SSJ geralmente estão sendo operadas pela frota de Airbus. Segundo uma fonte, a Airbus já está cantando no ouvido deles o A220 como uma opção, já que pela saturação em MEX, substituí-los por uma aeronave maior faria a Interjet perder parte do seu nicho regional secundário (ao menos tentam fazer isso). O Sukhoi está fazendo a Interjet perder dinheiro e reputação, porque o mexicano criou um certo 'medo' de voar neles pelos inúmeros contratempos. Por acaso, neste momento dois membros do portal qual faço parte estão reunidos com o Diretor Financeiro e de Comunicação da Interjet na Cidade do México. O tema? O Superjet. 


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Posted 10 de September de 2018 - 20:41

Boatos da imprensa mexicana dizem que a Airbus aceitou ficar com o abacaxi, em troca da compra de mais A320neo.

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Posted 10 de September de 2018 - 23:55

Nossa, que mico essa história, ter que sucatear 4 aeronaves para conseguir recolocar nos ares os demais 18, certamente um tiro no pé dos russos, um dos poucos clientes fora da Rússia que comprou o avião e fazem esse papelão


Bem similar a famosos 15 A318-121 unicos no mundo!

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Posted 11 de September de 2018 - 04:46

Boatos da imprensa mexicana dizem que a Airbus aceitou ficar com o abacaxi, em troca da compra de mais A320neo.


Imagino para quem irão passar esse abacaxi. Tem que ser uma "mosca branca" e se o problema é confiabilidade não dá pra mandar para locais com menos infra.

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Posted 11 de September de 2018 - 08:08

Deverá ficar com eles mesmo para aprodecer em algum lugar na Europa

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Posted 11 de September de 2018 - 08:44

Notícia a seguir, hoje no flightglobal.com dá conta de que a Aeroflot está comprando mais 100 unidades do Sukhoi SSJ100. Talvez ela queira ficar com os exemplares que a Interjet está se desfazendo.

 

Aeroflot to take 100 more Superjets
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Russian flag carrier Aeroflot has struck a deal covering a further 100 Sukhoi Superjet regional airliners, scheduled to join its fleet between 2019 and 2026.

Disclosing the agreement, Sukhoi Civil Aircraft (SCAC) says the jets will adhere to a two-class layout, with 12 seats in business class and 75 in economy.

The pact was signed by Aeroflot chief executive Vitaly Saveliev and Yury Slyusar, president of SCAC's parent United Aircraft, during a ceremony at the Eastern Economic Forum taking place in Vladivostok.

SCAC says the contract will be completed upon "finalising of all the essential terms" and its corporate approval.

Slyusar states that as the launch customer and operator of the largest Superjet 100 fleet, Aeroflot "greatly" influenced the project, adding that the latest agreement is a "new page in this collaboration".

The airline has 49 Superjets in service, and a 50th is to be delivered in the near future, notes SCAC.

Earlier this year, Aeroflot agreed to lease 50 MC-21-300s built by UnitedAircraft subsidiary Irkut.

 


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Posted 11 de September de 2018 - 11:01

Bem similar a famosos 15 A318-121 unicos no mundo!


Os da LAN eram únicos no mundo? Mas ao menos tinha peças , afinal a LAN tb operava A320 concomitamente na época

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Posted 11 de September de 2018 - 11:23

Os da LAN eram únicos no mundo? Mas ao menos tinha peças , afinal a LAN tb operava A320 concomitamente na época


Sim eram os unicos -121... Com o PW6000 e qual foi a solucao? Canibizar na Avianca pra manter outros em voo.

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Posted 11 de September de 2018 - 16:46

Até hj eu não entendo o pq da Interjet ter comprado o SuperJet. Era óbvio que só daria dor de cabeça.
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Posted 11 de September de 2018 - 22:16

Alem da aeroflot
A sukhoi confirmou hoje outros 4 para a severstal da russia e 1 vip para a zambia

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Posted 12 de September de 2018 - 17:10

Onze aeronaves estão em terra. E nos próximos dias, a Interjet vai anunciar um acordo com a Sukhoi, mas não para a venda. Dará um 'chance' para melhorar a situação. 



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Posted 13 de September de 2018 - 08:44

Interjet in talks with Sukhoi to sell SSJ100 fleet
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Mexico's Interjet is in talks with Sukhoi to sell its Superjet 100 fleet, following a series of maintenance issues over the aircraft's five years of service at the airline.

"We're finalising an amicable negotiation with Sukhoi," Interjet chief executive Jose Luis Garza tells FlightGlobal, confirming reports in Mexican media that the airline plans to sell the aircraft.

Garza indicates that an outcome could be reached within days. Sukhoi did not respond to queries for comment.

Interjet is the only SSJ100 operator in the Americas, and began revenue service with the type in September 2013. The carrier has 21 SSJ100s in service, with one aircraft in storage and another eight on order, Flight Fleets Analyzer shows. Interjet also operates 63 Airbus A320 family aircraft.

Its plan to sell the SSJ100 fleet comes after several episodes in which the airline was forced to ground part of the fleet over mechanical issues.

In the second quarter, the airline received compensation of almost $40 million for maintenance costs related to its SSJ100 fleet. Bloomberg reported in January that the carrier had grounded four SSJ100s for months and was cannibalising the aircraft for parts to keep the other SSJ100s operational.

In early 2017, the airline was forced to take 11 SSJ100s out of service for repairs, after defects were found on stabiliser nodes.

Interjet had previously downplayed the issues on the aircraft, pointing to how it had negotiated a "sweet deal" for the SSJ100 order, with the capital cost of 10 aircraft about equal with the pre-delivery payment for one A320.



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Posted 14 de September de 2018 - 09:20

Interjet backtracks after indicating plan to sell Superjets
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Mexican airline Interjet has walked back comments that indicated it planned to sell its Sukhoi Superjet fleet, stressing that it intends to continue operating the regional airliners, despite several mechanical issues in recent years.

"The Sukhoi Superjet 100 has been an integral part of Interjet's success, and we will continue to operate this aircraft," says Interjet, following FlightGlobal's report that the airline was in talks with Sukhoi to sell its Superjet fleet.

Interjet chief executive Jose Luis Garza was on 11 September asked by FlightGlobal if it was true that the airline planned to sell the Superjet fleet, and said it was. "We're finalising an amicable negotiation with Sukhoi," he said.

An Interjet spokesperson has subsequently told FlightGlobal that Garza's comments were referring to talks with Sukhoi on "improving Interjet's competitive market position as it relates to their fleet, training, etc".

He adds that the outcome of the discussions "will be made available to the market if appropriate".

Sukhoi did not respond to repeated requests for comment.

Interjet received compensation of almost $40 million in the second quarter, as contractual recovery of maintenance expenses related to the Superjet fleet. The airline's operating expenses, after accounting for the compensation, rose 21% in the quarter.

The Mexican carrier operates 21 Superjets and has one in storage, Flight Fleets Analyzer shows. That aircraft sustained significant damage to its nose after an accident involving an airbridge at Mexico City airport in 2015. Interjet has another eight Superjets on order.

Since putting the type into service in 2013, the airline has encountered several difficulties with the aircraft, including a period of weeks-long repairs to fix defects on the stabiliser nodes in early 2017. Those repairs resulted in the grounding of 11 aircraft, or half of the airline's Superjet fleet.

Bloomberg reported earlier this year that four of Interjet's Superjets were in storage for months, and were being cannibalised for parts to keep the remaining aircraft operational.

Interjet, the sole Superjet operator in the Americas, had repeatedly downplayed the mechanical issues with the aircraft, citing the "sweet deal" it received when it ordered the aircraft. Interjet first ordered the Superjet in 2011, with an agreement for 15 of the aircraft. It ordered another 10 and converted five options in 2012, for a total of 30 aircraft.



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Posted 14 de September de 2018 - 13:09

 

Interjet backtracks after indicating plan to sell Superjets
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Mexican airline Interjet has walked back comments that indicated it planned to sell its Sukhoi Superjet fleet, stressing that it intends to continue operating the regional airliners, despite several mechanical issues in recent years.

"The Sukhoi Superjet 100 has been an integral part of Interjet's success, and we will continue to operate this aircraft," says Interjet, following FlightGlobal's report that the airline was in talks with Sukhoi to sell its Superjet fleet.

Interjet chief executive Jose Luis Garza was on 11 September asked by FlightGlobal if it was true that the airline planned to sell the Superjet fleet, and said it was. "We're finalising an amicable negotiation with Sukhoi," he said.

An Interjet spokesperson has subsequently told FlightGlobal that Garza's comments were referring to talks with Sukhoi on "improving Interjet's competitive market position as it relates to their fleet, training, etc".

He adds that the outcome of the discussions "will be made available to the market if appropriate".

Sukhoi did not respond to repeated requests for comment.

Interjet received compensation of almost $40 million in the second quarter, as contractual recovery of maintenance expenses related to the Superjet fleet. The airline's operating expenses, after accounting for the compensation, rose 21% in the quarter.

The Mexican carrier operates 21 Superjets and has one in storage, Flight Fleets Analyzer shows. That aircraft sustained significant damage to its nose after an accident involving an airbridge at Mexico City airport in 2015. Interjet has another eight Superjets on order.

Since putting the type into service in 2013, the airline has encountered several difficulties with the aircraft, including a period of weeks-long repairs to fix defects on the stabiliser nodes in early 2017. Those repairs resulted in the grounding of 11 aircraft, or half of the airline's Superjet fleet.

Bloomberg reported earlier this year that four of Interjet's Superjets were in storage for months, and were being cannibalised for parts to keep the remaining aircraft operational.

Interjet, the sole Superjet operator in the Americas, had repeatedly downplayed the mechanical issues with the aircraft, citing the "sweet deal" it received when it ordered the aircraft. Interjet first ordered the Superjet in 2011, with an agreement for 15 of the aircraft. It ordered another 10 and converted five options in 2012, for a total of 30 aircraft.

 

 

O chefe da assessoria de imprensa da Interjet já sofre quando o Garza abre a boca. Tem um evento da Interjet marcado para o dia 20/09, veremos se nele será feito o anuncio em relação ao acordo com a Sukhoi. 



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Posted 14 de September de 2018 - 15:48

Atualizando, acabaram de divulgar o plano de frota: Vão adquirir mais 20 A320neo e vão reduzir a frota do Superjet 100, sem especificar quantidade, mas admitem que futuramente poderiam receber mais unidades "modernas" (equipadas com saberlet?). Para mitigar os problemas do pequeno russo, vão criar um centro logístico de peças na Cidade do México e para reduzir custos de operação e treinamento, vão adquirir um simulador para o Centro de Capacitação em TLC. 


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Posted 14 de September de 2018 - 17:31

Tudo a um preço camarada... Para calarem a boca!

Edited by Ozires, 14 de September de 2018 - 17:32 .






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